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Thursday, October 8
 

10:15am

Seeing with Your Heart and Mind: Meeting Your Artistic Vision (Jan Tyler)
Limited Capacity seats available

In this program with Jan Tyler you will be encouraged to think and feel like an artist as you use the full realm of your senses to observe the world. You will explore creative in-camera techniques to help you communicate your vision to others. You will also gather tools for future post processing that will help you fulfill your artistic vision. Students are encouraged to bring creative lens options such as a Lensbaby or macro lens if they desire.

Learning Objectives:
1. Learn to use your heart and mind to “see” the world instead of relying solely your eyes; learn to use all of your senses to enhance the overall artistic vision of an image.
2. Learn to create images that “speak” to the viewer and how the photographer and/or the subject felt in the created image while eliciting an emotional response from the viewer.
3. Add emotional depth to landscapes and macro work; create meaningful,
thought-provoking, and emotive portraiture.
4. Learn to incorporate lens selection as a means to enhance their artistic vision. (While the use of a Lensbaby is not required, it is encouraged.)
5. Learn to use creative in-camera techniques to reach your artistic vision.
6. Discuss how to create images that can be used as textures and overlays to help enhance your artistic visions in future post processing.

Instructors
avatar for Jan Tyler

Jan Tyler

oneboyphotography
Jan Tyler, of OneBoyPhotography, is a natural light photographer living outside of Charleston, SC (Isle of Palms) with her husband, son, and dog. Her son is the main subject of OneBoyPhotography, and the inspiration for her love of light. She uses a minimalistic approach to her photography... Read More →

Thursday October 8, 2015 10:15am - 11:30am
Miller's Lab Display/Pre-Function Hallway - Marriott Rivercenter 101 Bowie St, San Antonio, TX 78205

1:30pm

Beyond Your Front Door Photography (Lesley Martin)
Limited Capacity seats available

Lesley is sponsored by Color Inc
http://www.colorincprolab.com/

All travel photographers started in the same place, so instead of stumbling through the headaches you come across on the road, let's gain some knowledge of how to do it right from the beginning. Join Lesley Martin to learn the tips and tricks of being a photographer on the road. In this program you will hit the San Antonio streets and try your hand at travel photography!

Learning Objectives:
1. Learn how to plan as a travel photographer.
2. Learn how to capture street scenes, including landscapes and cityscapes, at different times of the day.
3. Discuss tips and tricks on the go.
4. Discuss a brief overview of how to approach new places.


Instructors
avatar for Lesley Martin

Lesley Martin

Owner/ Photographer, Lesley Martin Photography
Lesley is sponsored by Color Inchttp://www.colorincprolab.comAustin, TX is known for its art, barbeque, music, and the Texas Hill Country. San Jose, CA is known as the “Capital of Silicon Valley”, and is a short drive from some of the most majestic urban, alpine and maritime places in the world. These cities are also where Lesley Mart... Read More →

Thursday October 8, 2015 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Miller's Lab Display/Pre-Function Hallway - Marriott Rivercenter 101 Bowie St, San Antonio, TX 78205
 
Friday, October 9
 

3:15pm

Beyond Your Front Door Photography (Lesley Martin)
Limited Capacity seats available

Lesley is sponsored by Color Inc
http://www.colorincprolab.com/

All travel photographers started in the same place, so instead of stumbling through the headaches you come across on the road, let's gain some knowledge of how to do it right from the beginning. Join Lesley Martin to learn about the tips and tricks of being a photographer on the road. In this program you will hit the San Antonio streets and try your hand at travel photography!

Learning Objectives:
1. Learn how to plan as a travel photographer.
2. Learn how to capture street scenes, including landscapes and cityscapes, at different times of the day.
3. Discuss tips and tricks on the go.
4. Discuss a brief overview of how to approach new places.

Instructors
avatar for Lesley Martin

Lesley Martin

Owner/ Photographer, Lesley Martin Photography
Lesley is sponsored by Color Inchttp://www.colorincprolab.comAustin, TX is known for its art, barbeque, music, and the Texas Hill Country. San Jose, CA is known as the “Capital of Silicon Valley”, and is a short drive from some of the most majestic urban, alpine and maritime places in the world. These cities are also where Lesley Mart... Read More →

Friday October 9, 2015 3:15pm - 4:30pm
Canon Printer Station/Pre-Function Hallway - Marriott Rivercenter 101 Bowie St, San Antonio, TX 78205

3:15pm

Seeing with Your Heart and Mind: Meeting Your Artistic Vision (Jan Tyler)
Limited Capacity seats available

In this program with Jan Tyler you will be encouraged to think and feel like an artist as you use the full realm of your senses to observe the world. You will explore creative in-camera techniques to help you communicate your vision to others. You will also gather tools for future post processing that will help you fulfill your artistic vision. Students are encouraged to bring creative lens options such as a Lensbaby or macro lens if they desire.

Learning Objectives:
1. Learn to use your heart and mind to “see” the world instead of relying solely your eyes; learn to use all of your senses to enhance the overall artistic vision of an image.
2. Learn to create images that “speak” to the viewer as they show the viewer how the photographer and/or the subject felt in the created image while eliciting an emotional response from the viewer.
3. Add emotional depth to landscapes and macro work; create meaningful, thought-provoking, and emotive portraiture.
4. Learn to incorporate lens selection as a means to enhance their artistic vision. (While the use of a Lensbaby is not required, it is encouraged.)
5. Learn to use creative in-camera techniques to reach your artistic vision.
6. Discuss how to create images that can be used as textures and overlays to help enhance your artistic visions in future post processing.

Instructors
avatar for Jan Tyler

Jan Tyler

oneboyphotography
Jan Tyler, of OneBoyPhotography, is a natural light photographer living outside of Charleston, SC (Isle of Palms) with her husband, son, and dog. Her son is the main subject of OneBoyPhotography, and the inspiration for her love of light. She uses a minimalistic approach to her photography... Read More →

Friday October 9, 2015 3:15pm - 4:30pm
Canon Hospitality Suite, Room 17 & 18 - Marriott Rivercenter 101 Bowie St, San Antonio, TX 78205

5:00pm

Creative Focus: Thinking Outside of the Box (Celeste Pavlik)
Limited Capacity seats available

Celeste is sponsored by Color Inc
http://www.colorincprolab.com/

Canon is the host of this Golden Hour Shooting Experience program.  

http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/home. Celeste uses a Canon 5D Mark III, Canon 7D and Canon lenses including: 100mm f2.8; 85mm f1.8; 24-70L f2.8.

Expand the possibilities of the way you see through your lens! Join Celeste Pavlik in this Golden Hour Shooting Experience and learn how to incorporate Freelensing, Lensbaby, and/ or Macro work into your genre. Whether the subject is portraiture, landscape, architecture, or street, you will learn what to look for in a scene in order to create the most compelling composition. Celeste will also discuss light and it's impact on your shooting as well as how to set the shot before pressing the shutter. Engage in an open dialogue and conversation with Celeste as you walk around San Antonio while putting into practice one or more of these specialty lenses or techniques. Attendees are encouraged to bring a Lensbaby, Macro, and/or any prime lens between 40mm-85mm range for freelensing. In addition, a neck strap and either a tabletop tripod or tripod for camera stabilization is suggested.

Learning Objectives:
1. Discuss freelensing, macro, and Lensbaby photography with a strong emphasis on using light, form, and shadows.
2. Learn what freelensing is and discuss safety considerations.
3. Learn about Lensbaby lenses, how to manipulate your plane of focus, adjust settings, and how to use live view.
4. Learn about the macro lens, how to use manual focus, and optimal camera settings for macro photography.

This Golden Hour Shooting Experience will take place at La Villita Historic Arts Village (just a short walk from the Marriott Rivercenter). Located on the south bank of the San Antonio River, La Villita Historic Arts Village was one of San Antonio’s first neighborhoods. It was originally a settlement of primitive huts for the Spanish soldiers stationed at the Mission San Antonio de Valero (the Alamo). In 1939, as ground broke on the San Antonio River Walk development, city leaders acted to preserve this colorful part of San Antonio’s history.

Today La Villita is a thriving art community that houses several shops, galleries, and cafes with a wonderful ambiance in the evening. It also gives you great river access at one of the widest points of the beautiful San Antonio Riverwalk. You’ll find several opportunities to capture color — many of the buildings have interesting walls/trim allowing for great framing opportunities and striking color palettes. You’ll likely have the feeling that you are in a small village with the tree- and shop-lined paths.
http://lavillita.com/

Instructors
avatar for Celeste Pavlik

Celeste Pavlik

Mentor ClickinMoms
Known for her dramatic use of light and admiration of black and white photography, Maryland photographer Celeste Pavlik has a gift for capturing a wide array of emotions in her honest and organic imagery of her subjects. While the subject of her lens is most often one, or all four... Read More →

Friday October 9, 2015 5:00pm - 7:30pm
UPS Business Center Entrance/3rd Floor Staircase Landing - Marriott Rivercenter 101 Bowie St, San Antonio, TX 78205

5:00pm

Deep in the Heart of San Antonio: Street Photography (Lesley Martin)
Limited Capacity seats available

Lesley is sponsored by Color Inc
http://www.colorincprolab.com/

When traveling, you have a unique opportunity as a photographer to write a visual novel. Thousands of snapshots are collected all over the world each day with no real relevance to the moment or the place. What sets a travel photographer apart from everyone else? The photographer helps the location come alive through the images, makes you feel, and introduces you to new things you haven't seen before. Join Lesley Martin in this Golden Hour Shooting Experience to capture San Antonio through your lens and create your own story.

Learning Objectives:
1. Learn what Lesley carries as a travel photographer and why.
2. Discussion on rules, laws, and being sensitive to people.
3. Learn what to shoot and why.
4. Learn how to create a photographic story.
5. Learn a different perspective on shooting on the go.

This Golden Hour Shooting Experience will take place at La Villita Historic Arts Village (just a short walk from the Marriott Rivercenter). Located on the south bank of the San Antonio River, La Villita Historic Arts Village was one of San Antonio’s first neighborhoods. It was originally a settlement of primitive huts for the Spanish soldiers stationed at the Mission San Antonio de Valero (the Alamo). In 1939, as ground broke on the San Antonio River Walk development, city leaders acted to preserve this colorful part of San Antonio’s history.

Today La Villita is a thriving art community that houses several shops, galleries, and cafes with a wonderful ambiance in the evening. It also gives you great river access at one of the widest points of the beautiful San Antonio Riverwalk. You’ll find several opportunities to capture color — many of the buildings have interesting walls/trim allowing for great framing opportunities and striking color palettes. You’ll likely have the feeling that you are in a small village with the tree- and shop-lined paths.
http://lavillita.com/

Instructors
avatar for Lesley Martin

Lesley Martin

Owner/ Photographer, Lesley Martin Photography
Lesley is sponsored by Color Inchttp://www.colorincprolab.comAustin, TX is known for its art, barbeque, music, and the Texas Hill Country. San Jose, CA is known as the “Capital of Silicon Valley”, and is a short drive from some of the most majestic urban, alpine and maritime places in the world. These cities are also where Lesley Mart... Read More →

Friday October 9, 2015 5:00pm - 7:30pm
UPS Business Center Entrance/3rd Floor Staircase Landing - Marriott Rivercenter 101 Bowie St, San Antonio, TX 78205

5:00pm

Seeing With Your Heart and Mind: Golden Hour Experience (Jan Tyler)
Limited Capacity seats available

In this Golden Hour Shooting Experience with Jan Tyler, you will learn how to slow down and fully survey your world before actually pressing the shutter. You will be encouraged to shoot with a Lensbaby or to shoot in manual focus throughout this session. In this program, you will experiment with in-camera techniques to help achieve a particular vision as well as discuss how to create textures and overlays for use in future post-processing. Attendees are encouraged to bring a Lensbaby if they have one.

Learning Objectives:
1. Learn to use your heart and mind to “see” the world instead of relying solely your eyes; learn to use all of your senses to enhance the overall artistic vision of an image.
2. Learn to create images that “speak” to the viewer as they show the viewer how the photographer and/or the subject felt in the created image and eliciting an emotional response from the viewer.
3. Add emotional depth to landscapes and macro work; create meaningful, thought-provoking, and emotive portraiture.
4. Learn to incorporate lens selection as a means to enhance their artistic vision. (While the use of a Lensbaby is not required, it is highly encouraged.)
5. Learn to use creative in-camera techniques to reach your artistic vision.
6. Discuss how to create textures and overlays to help enhance your artistic visions in future post processing.

This Golden Hour Shooting Experience will take place at La Villita Historic Arts Village (just a short walk from the Marriott Rivercenter). Located on the south bank of the San Antonio River, La Villita Historic Arts Village was one of San Antonio’s first neighborhoods. It was originally a settlement of primitive huts for the Spanish soldiers stationed at the Mission San Antonio de Valero (the Alamo). In 1939, as ground broke on the San Antonio River Walk development, city leaders acted to preserve this colorful part of San Antonio’s history.

Today La Villita is a thriving art community that houses several shops, galleries, and cafes with a wonderful ambiance in the evening. It also gives you great river access at one of the widest points of the beautiful San Antonio Riverwalk. You’ll find several opportunities to capture color — many of the buildings have interesting walls/trim allowing for great framing opportunities and striking color palettes. You’ll likely have the feeling that you are in a small village with the tree- and shop-lined paths.
http://lavillita.com/

Instructors
avatar for Jan Tyler

Jan Tyler

oneboyphotography
Jan Tyler, of OneBoyPhotography, is a natural light photographer living outside of Charleston, SC (Isle of Palms) with her husband, son, and dog. Her son is the main subject of OneBoyPhotography, and the inspiration for her love of light. She uses a minimalistic approach to her photography... Read More →

Friday October 9, 2015 5:00pm - 7:30pm
UPS Business Center Entrance/3rd Floor Staircase Landing - Marriott Rivercenter 101 Bowie St, San Antonio, TX 78205
 
Saturday, October 10
 

2:30pm

Field Trip - Mission San Jose & Mission Concepción
Limited Capacity seats available

This field trip is sponsored by Miller's Professional Imaging
http://www.millerslab.com


Join us on this field trip to see one of the country's few National Parks within an urban setting, the San Antonio Missions!
http://www.nps.gov/saan/planyourvisit/sanjose.htm
http://www.nps.gov/saan/planyourvisit/concepcion.htm

Our first stop on this field trip will allow you to explore the largest and most restored of the Missions, Mission San Jose. Established in 1720, and known as the "Queen of the Missions," San Jose is the showpiece of the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park and tells the early story of San Antonio and European expansion in the New World. The grounds of Mission San Jose includes a large 6 acre walled courtyard, the Mission San Jose Church, modern visitors center, and large open space surrounding the Mission.

For our second stop on this field trip, we will visit Mission Concepcion which includes a stone church that was dedicated in 1755, and appears very much as it did over two centuries ago. It stands proudly as the oldest unrestored stone church in America. You will find limitless shooting opportunities at these scenic and historic locations.

Seating/Participation is limited.

SCHEDULE:
2:30 pm - Bus Departure from the Marriott Rivercenter
15 minute drive to Mission San Jose (approx.)
2:45 pm - 3:45 pm - Time on-site at Mission San Jose (approx.)
10 minute drive to Mission Concepción (approx.)
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm - Time on-site at Mission Concepción (approx.)
5:15 pm - Return arrival back at the Marriott Rivercenter (approx.)

PRICE:  $32

*No refunds are permitted because transportation must be arranged in advance, but you can sell and transfer your ticket to another attendee.

SIGN-UP:

-- Field Trip is Sold Out --

Saturday October 10, 2015 2:30pm - 5:15pm
Mission San Jose & Mission Concepción (Bus Loading at Marriott Lobby Level, E Commerce Street Entrance) 6701 San José Drive, San Antonio, Texas, 78214.

2:30pm

Field Trip - San Antonio Botanical Garden
Limited Capacity seats available

This field trip is sponsored by Miller's Professional Imaging
http://www.millerslab.com


SIGN-UP:


Step 1: You must purchase you ticket for this field trip here:
https://goo.gl/uOfETh
Please bring your ticket confirmation with you in order to board the bus.

Step 2: Add this field trip to your Click Away schedule.

***Please note only purchased ticket holders will be allowed to add this field trip to their schedule on https://clickaway2015.sched.org . Those who add this field trip to their schedule in the Click Away Sched Scheduling Tool without first purchasing a ticket will be removed from this field trip.***

Join us on this field trip to experience the diversity of 38 acres of tranquility at the San Antonio Botanical Garden! http://www.sabot.org/

With something always new to see at the San Antonio Botanical Garden, each season brings a variety of color and texture in the plant world. The many different garden areas and natural beauty provide and endless supply of photo inspiration. No matter what genre you prefer, this colorful canvas will help you push your creativity.
 
Explore the beautiful formal gardens, encounter tropical selections in the exhibit rooms of the Lucile Halsell Conservatory and discover the Texas Native Trail's showcase of the diverse regions that make up the second largest state of the United States. Savor sweet fragrances in the Rose and Sensory Gardens and experience the beauty of the Sacred Garden, Shade Garden, Gertie’s Garden and other garden displays. Additionally, the bird watch structure has benches for comfort and special viewing portals to see many types of birds including he Painted Bunting, Black-chinned Hummingbird and the Purple Martin. The Botanical Garden’s mission is to inspire people to connect with the plant world and understand the importance of plants in our lives.

Seating/participation is limited.

SCHEDULE:
2:30 pm - Bus Departure from the Marriott Rivercenter
15 minute drive to San Antonio Botanical Garden (approx.)
2:45 pm - 5:00 pm - Time on-site (approx.)
5:15 pm - Return arrival back at the Marriott Rivercenter (approx.)

PRICE:  $42
(includes Botanical Garden admission fee)

*No refunds are permitted because transportation must be arranged in advance, but you can sell and transfer your ticket to another attendee.

SIGN-UP:

Step 1: You must purchase you ticket for this field trip here:
https://goo.gl/uOfETh
Please bring your ticket confirmation with you in order to board the bus.

Step 2: Add this field trip to your Click Away schedule.

***Please note only purchased ticket holders will be allowed to add this field trip to their schedule on https://clickaway2015.sched.org . Those who add this field trip to their schedule in the Click Away Sched Scheduling Tool without first purchasing a ticket will be removed from this field trip.***

Saturday October 10, 2015 2:30pm - 5:15pm
San Antonio Botanical Garden (Bus Loading at Marriott Lobby Level, E Commerce Street Entrance) 555 Funston Place San Antonio, TX 78209

2:30pm

Field Trip - Austin, TX - Historic 6th Street
Limited Capacity seats available

What do you get when you combine over 300 days of sunshine, the self-proclaimed “Live Music Capitol of the World,” and 790,000 locals championing the motto of “Keep Austin Weird?” A uniquely eclectic community, vibrant entertainment, culture, inspiring cuisine and stunning outdoor settings that will surprise and entertain with creative and sometimes even wacky experiences!

Join us on this field trip to experience and explore Austin's world famous Historic 6th Street and entertainment district. A part of the National Register of Historic Places, Historic 6th Street offers many shopping, arts, entertainment, food and strolling options! Capture vibrant city life and picturesque street scenes as you explore this gem of a city that draws visitors from the world over. The photo possibilities really are limitless.

Seating/Participation is limited.

SCHEDULE:
2:30 pm - Bus Departure from the Marriott Rivercenter
90 minute drive to 6th Street, Austin, TX (approx.)
4:30 pm - 7:30 pm - Time on-site at 6th Street, Austin, TX (approx.)
9:00 pm - Return arrival back at the Marriott Rivercenter (approx.)

PRICE:  $75

*No refunds are permitted because transportation must be arranged in advance, but you can sell and transfer your ticket to another attendee.

**Note: The large music festival Austin City Limits will be taking place in Austin on this day so expect the area - including historic 6th street - to be crowded.

SIGN-UP:

-- Field Trip is Sold Out --

Saturday October 10, 2015 2:30pm - 9:00pm
Austin, TX - Historic 6th Street (Bus Loading at Marriott Lobby Level, E Commerce Street Entrance) E 6th St, Austin, TX 78701

3:15pm

Field Trip - San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden (Afternoon - Group 1)
Limited Capacity seats available

This field trip is sponsored by Fujifilm
http://www.fujifilmclickxseries.com

Fujifilm is providing each participant with a voucher for a free 8"x12" print. Details will be provided at bus loading.

SIGN-UP:


Step 1: You must purchase you ticket for this field trip here:
https://goo.gl/kkPf6V
Please bring your ticket confirmation with you in order to board the bus.

Step 2: Add this field trip to your Click Away schedule.

***Please note only purchased ticket holders will be allowed to add this field trip to their schedule on https://clickaway2015.sched.org . Those who add this field trip to their schedule in the Click Away Sched Scheduling Tool without first purchasing a ticket will be removed from this field trip.***

Join us on this field trip to experience the beautiful San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden! http://www.saparksfoundation.org/japaneseteagarden.html

Originally created out of an abandoned limestone rock quarry in the early 20th century, the San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden has been recently restored in stunning detail and features a lush year-round garden and floral display with shaded walkways, stone bridges, a 60-foot waterfall and ponds filled with Koi. The San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and is part of San Antonio's beautiful Brackenridge Park complex. Capture the beautiful light, lush greenery, and natural beauty of this hidden gem just a short bus ride from the Marriott Rivercenter.

Seating/Participation is limited.

SCHEDULE:
3:15 pm - Bus Departure from the Marriott Rivercenter
15 minute drive to the San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden (approx.)
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm - Time on-site at the San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden (approx.)
5:15 pm - Return arrival back at the Marriott Rivercenter (approx.)

PRICE:  $32

*No refunds are permitted because transportation must be arranged in advance, but you can sell and transfer your ticket to another attendee.

**Please note the San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden is not an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessible site.

SIGN-UP:

Step 1: You must purchase you ticket for this field trip here:
https://goo.gl/kkPf6V
Please bring your ticket confirmation with you in order to board the bus.

Step 2: Add this field trip to your Click Away schedule.

***Please note only purchased ticket holders will be allowed to add this field trip to their schedule on https://clickaway2015.sched.org . Those who add this field trip to their schedule in the Click Away Sched Scheduling Tool without first purchasing a ticket will be removed from this field trip.***

Saturday October 10, 2015 3:15pm - 5:15pm
San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden (Bus Loading at Marriott Lobby Level, E Commerce Street Entrance) 3875 N St Mary's St, San Antonio, TX 78212

5:00pm

Field Trip - Sandy Oaks Olive Orchard (Styled Shoot and Dinner)
Limited Capacity seats available

MEET AT 4:30 AT MARRIOTT BUS DEPARTURE ZONE.
Join us for this premium field trip which will include shooting styled models, a delicious gourmet dinner, and time to socialize while experiencing the natural beauty of Texas!

The beautiful Sandy Oaks Olive Orchard (https://www.sandyoaks.com/) will be the setting for an evening of shooting with a variety of styled models and photography leaders, as well as dinner and time to socialize while strolling the grounds of this beautiful olive orchard ranch. No matter what genre you shoot or where you are on your photography journey, you will cherish this time to put into practice everything that you learned at Click Away, spend time with new and old friends, and shoot styled models in a gorgeous and unique location unlike what most of us get to experience back home.

The schedule and lineup includes styled shooting from 5:30pm-7:30pm (during gorgeous golden hour light!) with the following leaders and model groups:

Senior girl - led by Monica Wilkinson
Mother and daughter - led by Kellie Bieser
Sisters - led by Kristy Dooley
Brothers - led by Kristin Dokoza 
Couple - led by Michelle Turner

Models will be styled to help ensure that you shoot stunning, portfolio quality images that look amazing! Attendee numbers will be kept low (just 53 total, so approximately 10 per model group at any given time) so that you get ample opportunity to rotate through and photograph each of the model groups. The Olive Orchard offers many shooting locations and backdrops to create a variety of imagery, all during stunning golden hour light, so you can walk away with gorgeous, varied, and truly unique photos. After the styled shoot, we'll sit down for dinner, wine, and socializing (which is sure to include new connections, forming of friendships, and lots of laughter!). Food and beverages will include:

- A seasonal garden salad fresh from Sandy Oak's garden
- Chicken Puttanesca with Polenta (Puttanesca is an Italian tomato sauce with olives and capers)
- Olive Oil Cake Parfait with pomegranate, strawberry sauce with whipped cream
- Two glasses of Fall Creek Wine (Choice of red or white)
- Plus, bread, water, iced tea and coffee

About Sandy Oaks Olive Orchard:
One of the first commercial olive orchards in Texas, Sandy Oaks is 20 minutes south of San Antonio. While best known for the olive trees, olive oil and the various olive oil and olive leaf based skin care products it produces, Sandy Oaks is also celebrated for its emphasis on hospitality and educating the public on the benefits and various uses of olive oil. The main orchard itself covers a 40-acre tract of the ranch, with some 11,000 trees planted among the massive live oaks dotting the property. A nursery holds up to 10,000 or more olive seedlings and shoots at any one time. Sandy stocks the trees to expand her orchard and to sell to others who would like to join in the adventure of growing olive trees. 

Seating/Participation is very limited for the special premium field trip with styled shooting so reserve your spot before it is sold out!

SCHEDULE:
5:00 pm - Bus Departure from the Marriott
30 minute drive to Sandy Oaks Olive Orchard (approx.)
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm - Styled shooting at Sandy Oaks Olive Orchard (approx.)
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm - Dinner, social/free shooting
9:30 pm - Return arrival back at the Marriott (approx.)

PRICE:  $250

*No refunds are permitted because transportation must be arranged in advance, but you can sell and transfer your ticket to another attendee.

SIGN-UP:

-- Field Trip is Sold Out --

Saturday October 10, 2015 5:00pm - 9:30pm
Sandy Oaks Olive Orchard (Bus Loading at Marriott Lobby Level, E Commerce Street Entrance) 25195 Mathis Rd, Elmendorf, TX 78112

5:45pm

Field Trip - San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden (Evening - Group 2)
Limited Capacity seats available

This field trip is sponsored by Fujifilm
http://www.fujifilmclickxseries.com

Fujifilm is providing each participant with a voucher for a free 8"x12" print. Details will be provided at bus loading.

Join us on this field trip to experience the beautiful San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden! http://www.saparksfoundation.org/japaneseteagarden.html

Originally created out of an abandoned limestone rock quarry in the early 20th century, the San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden has been recently restored in stunning detail and features a lush year-round garden and floral display with shaded walkways, stone bridges, a 60-foot waterfall and ponds filled with Koi. The San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and is part of San Antonio's beautiful Brackenridge Park complex. Capture the beautiful light, lush greenery, and natural beauty of this hidden gem just a short bus ride from the Marriott Rivercenter.

Seating/Participation is limited.

SCHEDULE:
5:45 pm - Bus Departure from the Marriott Rivercenter
15 minute drive to the San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden (approx.)
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm - Time on-site at the San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden (approx.)
7:45 pm - Return arrival back at the Marriott Rivercenter (approx.)

PRICE:  $32

*No refunds are permitted because transportation must be arranged in advance, but you can sell and transfer your ticket to another attendee.

**Please note the San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden is not an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessible site.

SIGN-UP:

-- Field Trip is Sold Out --


Saturday October 10, 2015 5:45pm - 7:45pm
San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden (Bus Loading at Marriott Lobby Level, E Commerce Street Entrance) 3875 N St Mary's St, San Antonio, TX 78212